How many times have you seen the term “EQ” on your car radio or CD player, or your home entertainment system? If you are just learning audio production, no doubt you’ve been bombarded with references to different kinds of EQ (parametric, dynamic, etc.). But has anyone ever just broken it down for you in terms…… See More
Music Recording Tips and Gear
Articles specifically dealing with recording, mixing and mastering music - as opposed to voice-over specific recording tips, which can be found in the Voice-Over Recording category.
In a previous article called “How To Put Out Your Own CD” I told you how to sell your music by recording and putting out your own CD. The example used music, but it is the same process for spoken-word or any other audio you think people will want to buy. We will use the…… See More
As with anything else in the business world, in order to succeed, you’ve got to have some product that another person thinks is valuable enough to pay money for. That holds true to recording musicians as well. It really isn’t that hard to put out a CD; I’ll show you how easy in just a…… See More
As I mentioned in my post “Rock Song In The Box”, about recording on your pc recording studio, I’m working on recording Snow Patrol’s “You’re All That I Have,” just for fun and as a demonstration of how you can record a rock song on you’re computer!…... See More
Many of you are here because you saw the video of me singing Crosby, Stills and Nash’s Helplessly Hoping …all 3 parts! If you haven’t seen the video, and listen to a few other harmony demos, here: Record Yourself Singing Harmony To find out how to start doing this yourself, see the post here: https://www.homebrewaudio.com/3835/sing-harmony-with-yourself-learn-how-to-record-your-voice-on-your-pc-and-sing-along-with-it/…… See More